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    Product Specifications

    Ball Quantity

    60 Balls

    Composition

    Felt

    Item #

    020189

    Style #

    CPB

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    Gamma 2 Tone Pressureless Bag of 60

    The perfect balls for teaching, ball machines and general practice, these balls NEVER GO DEAD. Two-tone balls are brightly colored for increased visibility.

    Tennis Ball Quantity Restriction: There is a QUANTITY LIMIT OF 72 CANS (3 Cases) to qualify for the $5.75 flat rate shipping. The Gamma 2 Tone Bag of 60 Pressureless Balls is the equivalent of 24 CANS. If ordering more than 72 cans, please contact us for the exact shipping cost.

    average rating 3.3 out of 5
    Based on 4 reviews
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    4 Reviews
    Rated 4 out of 5
    Review posted

    I love the product. It is for children!

    I read the reviews and I think adults are playing with these balls that are made for kids who are between 6 or 7 years old. It Works perfectly in the 60 ft courts and I also used with my JV team to learn faster and it worked perfectly.

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    Rated 2 out of 5
    Review posted

    Does not feel like regular ball, hard

    Will suffice as practice balls with a ball machine. It does not feel like the real thing. If you hit with this ball often, you will have to adjust your grip and swing during match play. With this ball, you need a tight grip which is the exact opposite when playing with the regular ball.

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    Rated 5 out of 5
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    Great for hopper or ball machine

    Unless you live in high altitude, pressureless tennis balls are not ideal for match play. They are ideal, however, for tennis hoppers and ball machines. Regular tennis balls go "dead" in a matter of weeks, and constantly having to replace them is a chore. I have had the same balls for well over a year, and 50% are still "good"; while the other 50% finally had to be tossed. So, for practice or teaching, these balls are very economical in the long run.

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    Rated 2 out of 5
    Review posted

    Not great

    We have a har try court and since these balls do not have a great bounce its a bit difficult. I would say good for small children as they are accustomed to much less bounce.

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